KNUTSON: The Line Between Innovation & Copying

Back in 1978 and ’79, Colin Chapman and his Lotus designers and engineers stumbled upon ground-effects for their Formula One chassis.
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FENWICK: Technology Helps With Strategy

Richard Childress Racing has taken the negatives about NASCAR racing in the COVID-19 era and turned them it into a positive by utilizing modern technology.

SMITH: Heartland Heat Dirt Kart Speedweek

Heartland Heat Dirt Kart Speedweek started out at Thunder Hill Speedway in Menomonie, Wis., for a two-day show.
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LEMASTERS: Itching To Get Back To Normal

Is anybody else longing for some normalcy about now?
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KERCHNER: Larson’s Run Compared To Others

By now we’ve all heard about the highly successful season Kyle Larson is having as he competes in various types of open-wheel race cars.
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WALTZ: The Quality Of Racing Is Important

Forget social media and forget the office watercooler. In our world, the best barometer to gauge what’s happening in the wide world of sports is to spend some time in the barber’s chair.

ARGABRIGHT: Happy Birthday Chris Economaki!

Thursday, Oct. 15, 2020, marks the 100th anniversary of the birth of Chris Economaki.

BOURCIER: Racing Needs Tightrope Walkers

Our fable starts with the late Gilles Villeneuve, winds around a picturesque Grand Prix course in the Netherlands, takes flight over the Atlantic and settles on the black dirt of an Indiana bullring called Gas City Speedway.

WADE: Tasca’s Behind-The-Scenes Mission

One of the hottest topics in the marketing industry lately has been how to maintain communication with clients and pivoting company strategies during a global business interruption.
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SHEHEEN: Bruce Flanders — A Mentor & A Friend

Through the years I’ve had many different mentors and been very fortunate to work alongside some of the greatest broadcasters, writers and journalists our sport has known.

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